[lug] card detected but no eth1
jstarkey at advancecreations.com
Thu Mar 15 14:44:53 MST 2001
"Atkinson, Chip" wrote:
> Do you have eth0 and eth1 set up in /etc/conf.modules?
It's compiled in the kernel. No modules. And it's a tulip, same as eth0.
> That's usually a
> good second step. The first step being to check if the thing is found. Did
> you also do a modprobe for the card? If you have two of the same card you
> will have to specify which card is which through some parameters.
Hardware config isn't detecting it during boot either. What are the params
you're talkiing about? Is that still the issue with it compiled in?
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: John Starkey [mailto:jstarkey at advancecreations.com]
> > Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2001 2:29 PM
> > To: lug at lug.boulder.co.us
> > Subject: [lug] card detected but no eth1
> > I've been wrestling with this a couple days now and can't find the
> > problem. I installed a Netgear EA201 NIC and have had it
> > working in the
> > past. But haven't used it in about 8 months.
> > dmesg is showing that the card is detected and echos the cards full
> > name. I've got it configed as a PNP. And the kernel is seeing it with
> > isapnp. setserial says it's there and shows the correct IRQ.
> > /proc/interrupts does the same, but only saying it's serial,
> > not giving
> > it a device name. I can't get an eth1. Says "card not found", with
> > ifconfig. The IRQ isn't being used without the card in the
> > slot. It's on
> > ttyS1 and I've tried setting S3 to make sure there aren't any
> > conflicts
> > undetected by PNP but there is nothing in ttyS3 to begin with.
> > Anyone know where else I could look?
> > Thanks,
> > John
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